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#1  Edited By Super_C
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Hi all,

I've had a problem with my account for a while, now. My account profile states that I have 99 posts, which sounds plausible. However, when I click that, I only see 3 of my posts, all of which are more than 7 years old. I've never been able to see any of my newer posts, which makes it kind of difficult to follow conversations in which I'm a participant. Primarily, I'd like to see comments I've made on articles and the replies to those comments. Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm sorry if this is the wrong place to ask, but I've tried asking for help from here:

https://cbsi.secure.force.com/CBSi/submitcase?template=template_gamespot&referer=gamespot.com&cfs=SFS_1

...but that form seems to be broken (I've tried from Chrome and IE on multiple occasions). Any help/suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!

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#2 Super_C
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Yup.  Here's a photo:

Wii's GameCube Controller Jacks

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#3 Super_C
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@230nitro230 1) Yes, you can use the wavebird with Gamecube games because there are four game cube controller jacks and the system wouldn't be aware from which "type" of controller the signal is originating. Put simply: the system might receive a signal that says "A button pressed from GameCube controller #1". The "A button" signal that ultimately makes its way into the game cube from a Wavebird wouldn't be different than the "A button" signal that is sent from a regular GameCube controller. As for "classic" (non-Gamecube games), I'm not sure... I have a question related to that coming up... 2) Nope. On launch day, only the white system will be available. 3) No idea- good question. I'll take a stab at a guess though: I guess only SD cards can be used. So here's my question for the group: If one has GameCube controllers, would one even need the "classic" controller? Or, could the GameCube controller serve exactly the same purpose as a classic controller?
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#4 Super_C
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[QUOTE="LostChronicles"]I have a question about buying the Wii : Toys'R'us is offering a bundle where it includes an extra controller + 2 games. However, they still don't know the games and the price for the bundle. Do you think it is worth buying this bundle or get everything separately ? I know it's kinda hard to say without any price and game name but they will not offer it for long and it's a 50$$ deposit, so I want to be sure before engaging myself. Thanks a lot!

I would ask if the 2 games will be pre-determined or if I get to choose the 2 games (as Walmart did with the 360). If so, that makes it much more attractive. As is always true, there are games I definitely want and games I definitely do not want. I would be worried about being forced to buy one (or two) of the latter. Also, I would ask if the deposit is fully refundable. When all the 360 shortages happened and Gamestop told me my preorder would not be fulfilled until months after release, at least I was able to get a refund so that I could try to hunt down a system elsewhere. Also, I would say, if it's refundable, you don't have much to lose. Once you learn the details (price, games, etc.), if you decide it's not for you, you could back out.